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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Can someone smarter than I, please express p1 and p2 in terms of f, or v and r?

The pump pushes out water at f rate which creates velocity v in the bigger pipe. When the water comes to the restriction velocity increases while flow rate is conserved. Bernouli tells us that the change in velocity requires a change in dynamic pressure to conserve the energy. However, I can't seem to figure out how dynamic pressure translates into the static pressures which are measured by the "head" which would be developed in both pressure measure tubes. I can't seem to translate the negative pressure changes given by Bernouli equations into dynamic and total pressures which would appear in the measure tubes. Tube on the left would have a higher water level than the tube on the right.

If someone can, please show me. I am a computer programmer writing a liquid simulator for my employer for a very specific application. Thank you so much for anyones help.